The Very Best Turkish Coffee……
This signature Turkish coffee is mixed 60% dark beans and 40% light beans. Its very close to our 50/50 blend yet has slightly more dark beans to add a little more bite for those who like a full flavored coffee. Our light roast is a grade A Colombian Excelso and the dark roast is a proprietary blend of 5 exotic beans from around the world.
Since 1959 the Hashem family has been roasting their exclusive signature blend Turkish coffee. As in music, we believe the perfect cup of coffee is an art form, every note coming together in a harmonious melody of perfectly balanced aromas and velvety textures. Our relationship with coffee has led us to understand its intimate nature. Our dance brings out the true tone and subtle nuances from the depth of our coffees soul. It is ground only moments before being whisked away to you. One kiss and you will dance this song forever.
What is Turkish Coffee?
Turkish Coffee is a “style” of serving coffee and can be made from any bean in the world. Just because it called “Turkish Coffee” that doesn’t mean the actual beans must come from Turkey. As long as the beans are ground to a super fine consistency and prepared in a Turkish coffee pot or “ibrik, then it is considered Turkish Coffee. Wiki has an interesting article on Turkish Coffee. Wiki Article On Turkish Coffee…Click Here
How to make Turkish Coffee Recipe
3 Heaping TS of Turkish coffee (the general rule of thumb is 1 heaping teaspoon of coffee for every cup of coffee)
Sugar to taste;
Water temperature will greatly affect the final product; Temps of around 200�F will give you a thicker, more velvety coffee. Higher temps will result
in a more viscous product.
Take the pot off the flame, add desired amount of sugar and mix thoroughly. Do not add sugar while pot is still on the flame, it will boil over. Add
Turkish coffee to the pot and stir until well mixed.
Caution!!!!! Follow these next steps carefully or coffee will boil over, creating a big mess.
Return pot to the flame under low heat and wait for the coffee to slowly rise. When it rises, you want to either take it off the flame or continuously
scoop into a spoon. If you see the coffee begin to overflow, take the pot off the flame.
Return coffee to flame and let it slowly rise, the trick is to let the coffee rise as high as you can without it boiling over. Repeat two or three
times in total.
Now turn off the flame and cover the pot with a small plate to keep warm. Let it rest for around 3 minutes to let the grounds settle to the bottom.
Then pour and enjoy. Be sure not to pour the coffee at the bottom of the pot as you will be serving the grounds.
When serving Turkish Coffee to multiple quests, it is customary to pour just a little in each person�s cup first and then go back and fill the cups
all the way so that everyone may get a little bit of the �crema� from the pot. A glass of cold water should be served with the coffee.
After a person drinks the coffee, it is tradition to leave a very small amount in the bottom of the cup and flip it upside down for a minute or so.
When you flip it back over, there will be different designs that the grounds create on the walls of the cup that can be read by someone who is a fortune
This video will give step by step instructions on how to make Turkish coffee. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9FA0jatPfs